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Phenix Jet Cayman completes the ACSF's IAS
Phenix Jet Cayman (Hong Kong) becomes newest Air Charter Safety Foundation member to complete ACSF IAS audit, furthering its commitment to private aviation safety.

Phenix Jet Cayman (Hong Kong) has recently completed the Industry Audit Standard for The Air Charter Safety Foundation. The Asia Pacific business jet management and charter operator is recognised as a premier business aviation services company with an international scope, catering to clients who seek outstanding service and commitment. It has built its business on the foundation of safety and trust and has always sought quality partners who help it meet and exceed the highest standards of safety.

"We are pleased to be validated and recognised by the rigorous ACSF audit principles. Safety is core to our company's culture and a fundamental part of the offering we consistently provide to all our valued clientele," says CEO Andrew Svoboda.

The ACSF Industry Audit Standard (IAS) serves as a comprehensive aviation audit for Part 135 and Part 91 aircraft operators. As suggested by its name, it stands as the most thorough industry audit available. It is specifically crafted for those aiming to exceed basic requirements and hold its operation to a higher standard. Phenix Jet Cayman's audit was completed by ISO 9001 certified Wyvern.

ACSF's IAS will help operators move closer to achieving such recognition by the FAA for their SMS programmes. ACSF president and CEO Bryan Burns says: "Phenix Jet Cayman's achievement in passing the IAS audit is a testament to its unwavering commitment to safety and operational excellence. This level of compliance and best practices sets a benchmark for safety in the aviation industry. When passengers see the ACSF Audit-registered seal on an operator's website, they can be assured that they're flying on a safe aircraft with a highly qualified crew that follows the latest standards from ICAO Annex 19 and FAA Part 5."

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